Forest Walks and more

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ALL WALKS AND EVENTS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

Join us and discover more of Epping Forest

A varied programme of walks throughout the Forest is organised by Epping Forest Heritage Trust. Led by knowledgeable Forest enthusiasts, these walks provide an opportunity to find out more about the Forest. Some are a gentle stroll, while others are taken at a faster pace. The walks are free, but donations to support the work of the Trust are welcome.

Please come suitably dressed for walking in the Forest, which can be wet and muddy. For help in getting to the meeting points, please contact 020 8508 9061 (during office hours) or email enquiries@efht.org.uk .

Walks and activities are free, but donations to support us are welcome.

Discovering Knighton Woods

CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19

Saturday 28 March  10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Come and join Ron and Pat Andrews for a walk exploring Knighton Woods and Lords Bushes in Buckhurst Hill. Now an isolated fragment of the Forest, it has a fascinating history and an interesting variety of trees and ponds.

Meet: At the Forest Car Park, Knighton Woods, Knighton Lane, Buckhurst Hill IG9 5HQ. Grid Ref: TQ407 936. Accessible by foot from Buckhurst Hill underground station on the Central Line.

The Lost Roads

CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19

Sunday 19 April  10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Join Verderer Michael Chapman to explore the lost roads of the northern parishes of the Forest.  enjoy good views of the City in one direction and the Hertfordshire ridge in the other.

Meet: Gooseberry Hall, Epping Green.  Access via Carters lane, from Epping Upland CofE Primary School and the follow Open Garden Signs.

Grid Ref: TL 435 502

Upcoming programme

We’re working on detailed pages, with maps, etc, so check back soon.

Meanwhile, visit us at the Epping Forest Visitor Centre at High Beach, Paul’s Nursery Road, High Beach, Loughton, IG10 4AF, Grid-Ref: TQ412981

About our walks

We have organised walks in the Forest for nearly 50 years. Our Celebration walk  began in 1978. Download one of the earlier publications about the walk, by clicking here.